The cost to care for illegal immigrants streaming across the U.S.-Mexico border is rising exponentially, with spending on food, diapers, and medical care expected to his $1.2 million in one sector alone for fiscal year 2019.
Justin Kallinger, spokesman for U.S. Border Patrol’s Yuma Sector, told the Washington Examineragents there expect to spend four times as much on basics to care for illegal immigrants this year than they did in fiscal year 2018, when the total cost came to about $300,000.
“As of March 31, the halfway point into fiscal 2019, the sector had spent $600,000 in those same items and services,” according to the news site. “It now expects to hit $1.2 million by Sept. 30…”
The Yuma sector is one of nine different sectors protecting the border, and it’s third […]
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